Antonio Brown tells ex-teammate Ryan Clark to ‘stop mentioning my name’
Former Steelers defensive back Ryan Clark was one of the first people to rip Antonio Brown for the star receiver’s antics toward the end of his tenure in Pittsburgh, and Brown has heard enough.
When one of his Twitter followers said Thursday that he rarely tells the truth about things, Clark responded by reminding the fan that he ended up being right when he said the Steelers need to part ways with Brown and move on from the drama.
Hahahahaha!! So you missed the whole Antonio Brown thing? Yea, you are one of those folks!!! What I’m lying for? BTW. My opinion isn’t about true or false. It’s my opinion https://t.co/nRIly9P77l
— Ryan Clark (@Realrclark25) April 24, 2019
Brown didn’t appreciate the response from Clark, and his told his former teammate to “stop mentioning my name.” Clark, of course, did not back down.
Bro stop mentioning my name I know it get u clout keep that same analysis energy next time we meet it’s on site ain’t gone spare u https://t.co/ks4YVRFLTx
— Antonio Brown (@AB84) April 25, 2019
Was never looking to be spared and you know that!!! Look forward to it. I ain’t hard to find. Shoot, you have a jet!! https://t.co/wB8uCMscVy
— Ryan Clark (@Realrclark25) April 25, 2019
When things came to a boil with Brown in Pittsburgh, Clark said he knew back in 2012 that Brown was going to become a problem for the team. Clark had previously unloaded on Brown over some of his sideline outbursts, and Brown had a very strong response to Clark before the Steelers traded him. It’s safe to assume these two probably won’t be getting together for dinner anytime soon.